My first visit at your blog! There are such beautiful colours in your knitting. Is it going to be a cardigan or a sweater?Daffodils are "narsissi" in Finnish, too!
Narciso in Italian too.The name derives from the greek narkao=paralyze, as this flower was believed to stun if smelled.You have to be careful with this flower apparently is toxic.Nice knitting...I'm frenetically knit too these days...Have a good week.
My 13 yo says that it comes from the greek myth of Narcissus: the first narciso/daffodil flower grew by the river where Narcissus died. Happy knitting!
Love the knit,those colors are fabulous! Looking forward to seeing some daffodils soon! It's been a long winter in the US (Ohio) So far we have mud!
Narzissen in German;)Looking forward to seeing the finished piece. I feel like knitting, too. Maybe tonight.
Here are called also Narciso...
lovely photos and colours! In spain we also call them narcisos.
I love that wonderful tablecloth with the folk style flowers. I am buying daffodils as well; it is still snowing here, a bit tiresome I must say. The flowers make me feel like it's spring in my house. I am off to Vancouver Island at the end of the month to visit my parents. My mom is not doing well, so, I need to go and see her a bit more often.
Dear girls,thanks for assuring me that Czech is not so weird language in regard to naming flowers.The knitting is going to be a little vest for my little guy.
I love the colors!and the table cloth as well.do you prefer knitting flat than in the round?i honestly avoid patterns with seams i am terrible at them and in the end my knitted piece looks funny!
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